Today, my employer purchased me a new computer: a brand new Apple MacBook Pro 17″, 2.6Ghz. This marks a bunch of interesting events: 1) This is the first time in 10 years that I’ve had an employer supplied computer. I’ve pretty much always used a computer that I’ve purchased myself. 2) This also ends my […]
Just received this piece of email from Jim Jagielski: I am happy and proud to announce that at this month’s board meeting, we have approved CXF’s graduation out of the Incubator and as a TLP. Dan Kulp was approved as VP of the PMC. Congrats to one and all! Pretty exciting. After 20+ months of […]
Today marks the one year anniversary of CXF coming to Apache. One year ago today, Jason van Zyl sent the first “Welcome” mail to this list. It’s probably a good time to think back over the last year and see what we’ve accomplished. First off: releases – we managed to produce 2 milestone releases along […]
Found this story while surfing the news sites today. Kind of cracked me up. There have been several times I’ve wished I had a tank, mostly to drive over other stupid drivers. Definitely a fun read.
The Apache CXF community received word this morning that Sun has accepted our certification and has added Apache CXF to the JAXWS database as a certified JAXWS implementation. This is a huge event for the community. One of the concepts I’ve always advocated is “standards based” development. However, there seems to be different interpretations as […]